Storytelling Step by Step
This book instructs the reader how to choose a story, how to learn, and how to develop it. It explains how to adapt a story for a particular audience, and it takes an in depth look at the use of voice, gesture, and props for enhancing your storytelling.
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AUDIENCE AND LOCATION
SELECTING A STORY TO TELL
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A Project Approach to Language Learning
Limited preview - 2001
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Caren Wesson,Margaret J. Keefe
No preview available - 1995